Spaces for High-Tech Experience
Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems IAIS
We enable our customers and cooperation partners to make more out of their data, to better understand these data, to experience them in a new way and to better communicate them.
In the Spaces for High-Tech Experience that we create, the visitors can share unique experiences, “„immerse” themselves into “virtual worlds”, influence both their activities and the visualized data (“interaction”), or they can communicate and cooperate, i.e. complete certain tasks together.
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What we offer
Our offer is aimed at industrial users, the educational sector and the spheres of leisure time and culture. We integrate different disciplines such as virtual reality, augmented reality, robotics, mechatronics and adaptronics to form one individual application solution. We integrate the jointly developed solutions into the work processes and production pipelines of our customers and cooperation partners. Using their data as a basis, we analyze the underlying business processes and realize subcomponents, overall systems and development and simulation environments, either in the customer’s premises or at Schloss Birlinghoven.
The advantages of our VE-technologies are obvious: We create marketable products and unique solutions keeping you ahead of the competition.
It is of great importance to us that our clients and partners are satisfied. This builds continuity and trust.
Cost-effective and efficient developments are priority: They are the foundation for the innovative and economical potential of our solutions.
Our comprehensive expertise in interactive visualization of data enables us to fulfill even those requirements of our customers that the standard approaches available on the market would not be able to handle. The following selection of reference projects may serve as a proof:
With “Fidelio, 21st century” for the Beethoven House in Bonn, we staged the first virtual reality opera ever: A dungeon was turned into a space for high-tech experience. The use of three-dimensional image and sound reproduction as well as interactive tools created the possibility to explore the structures of Beethoven’s oeuvre under the aspects of musical science, dramatic composition, esthetics of reception, and cultural history and to make them accessible for the visitors. Our basic idea was to create a unity that can be used for presentation, analysis and interpretation.
The Photosynthetic Reaction Center (RC) in the Deutsches Museum Bonn gives a virtual presentation of a complex photosynthetic process in our “Virtual Showcase” display: The required data were provided by the 1988 Nobel Prize laureates in Chemistry - Deisenhofer, Huber and Michel. The virtual presentation of the reaction center was completed by including the test appliances that the Nobel prize winners had used to successfully elucidate the structure of the reaction center. The result was an Augmented Reality presentation unit that substantially improved the visualization of the exhibit in the Deutsches Museum Bonn.
In the Vienna Technical Museum, we realized new so-called “Spaces for Playing” together with our cooperation partners: the first interactive virtual reality game show forming part of the permanent exhibition entitled “medien.welten”. The “medien.welten” exhibition presents the history of communication media and the history of storage media, both of which, after all, have come to merge into one in our days. While virtual spaces have always been part of human culture it is now the computer, having reached the peak of its development so far, that is able to create virtual spaces. This is what the visitors of the Vienna Technical Museum experience in a both vivid and playful way.
Odysseum: Cologne’s Science Centre focus is on scientific innovation and the future of mankind. It opened in 2009. Our dinosaur exhibit contributes to the section biological evolution.